Make four sentences from the substitution. 1×4 =4
|Science||is||a human product.|
|It||also a wonderful phenomenon.|
|The artificial satellite||used for a variety of purposes.|
|another wonder of modern science.|
(a) Science is a human product.
(b) It is also a wonderful phenomenon.
(c) The artificial satellite is another wonder of modern science.
(d) It is used for a variety of purposes.
|Arsenic poisoning||is||one of the current problems in Bangladesh.|
|Tube wells||should||free from arsenic contamination.|
|Rain water||no source of safe water, water should be filtered properly before drinking.|
|If there||be painted red if their water is unsafe for drinking.|
(a) Arsenic poisoning is one of the current problems in Bangladesh.
(b) If there is no source of safe water, water should be filtered properly before drinking.
(c) Rainwater is free from arsenic contamination.
(d) Tube wells should be painted red if their water is unsafe for drinking.
|Bird-watching||not kill birds for our own interest.|
|We||is||very popular in the western world.|
|It||should||the source of pleasure to many nature lovers.|
|also being popular in Bangladesh.|
(a) Bird watching is the source of pleasure to many nature lovers.
(b) It is very popular in the western world.
(c) It is also being popular in Bangladesh.
(d) We should not kill birds for our own interest.
|Students||would||like to get standard education.|
|They||have||like to go for higher education.|
|Many students||to sit for admission tests.|
|to take a good preparation.|
(a) Students would like to go for higher education.
(b) They have to sit for admission tests.
(c) They have to take a good preparation.
(d) Many students would
|Water||safe for use.|
|It||is||essential for all living things.|
|Clean water||an important element of the environment.|
|polluted in many ways.|
(a) Water is an important element of the environment.
(b) It is essential for all living things.
(c) Clean water is safe for use.
(d) Water is polluted in many ways.
|Hamlet||was||killed in a mysterious way.|
|He||a brave and noble young man.|
|His father||the prince of Denmark.|
|fond of games and pastimes.|
(a) Hamlet was the prince of Denmark.
(b) He was a brave and noble young man.
(c) He was fond of games and pastimes.
(d) His father was killed in a mysterious way.
|Socrates||would||born in 459 B. C. in Athens.|
|He||was||often go out in the streets of Athens.|
|The passers-by||listen to him attentively.|
|the wisest philosopher and teacher of his time.|
(a) Socrates was born in 459 B.C. in Athens.
(b) He was the wisest philosopher and teacher of his time.
(c) He would often go out in the streets of Athens.
(d) The passers-by would listen to him attentively.
|The king||thanked||was the bag of money from the rich man.|
|The farmer||took||the king.|
|the farmer to take the money.|
Answer no. 8:
(a) The king told the farmer to take the money.
(b) The farmer was surprised.
(c) He took the bag of money from the rich man.
(d) He thanked the king.
|The farmer||took||of the safety of the money.|
|He||dug||away his sleep.|
|Yet he always||kept||the money there.|
|The money||thought||a hole in his hut.|
Answer no. 9:
(a) The farmer dug a hole in his hut.
(b) He kept the money there.
(c) Yet he always thought of the safety of the money.
(d) The money took away his sleep.
|One night Hazrat Omar (R)||heard||near the hut.|
|Suddenly he||went||from a poor hut.|
|The sound||was walking||alone.|
|He||was coming||the sound of a cry.|
Answer no. 10:
(a) One night Hazrat Omar (R.) was walking alone.
(b) Suddenly he heard the sound of a cry.
(c) The sound was coming from a poor hut.
(d) He went near the hut.
|Hazrat Omar (R.)||wanted||to hear her story.|
|He quickly||was shocked||her a very sad tale.|
|went||to know the cause of her weeping.|
Answer no. 11:
(a) Hazrat Omar (R.) wanted to know the cause of her weeping.
(b) She told her a very sad tale.
(c) He was shocked to hear her story.
(d) He quickly went back.
|Cinderella||was||very beautiful to look at.|
|Her aunt||not kind to her.|
(a) Cinderella was an orphan.
(b) She was very beautiful to look at.
(c) Her aunt was not kind to her.
(d) Her aunt had two daughters.
|Kazi Nazrul Islam||is||his constant companion.|
|He||was||one of the greatest Bengali poets.|
|Poverty||called the rebel poet.|
|born on 24th May, 1899 at Churulia.|
(a) Kazi Nazrul Islam is one of the greatest Bengali poets.
(b) He was born on 24th May, 1899 at Churulia.
(c) Poverty was his constant companion.
(d) He is called the rebel poet.
|Egypt||is||a great river in Egypt.|
|It||a country far away from India.|
|The Nile||not a very big country.|
|in the continent of Africa.|
(a) Egypt is a country far away from India.
(b) It is in the continent of Africa.
(c) It is not a very big country.
(d) The Nile is a great river in Egypt.
|Shelley||was||born on 4th August 1792.|
|He||his better half.|
|Harrit Westbrook||sent to school at the age of 12.|
|expelled from the university in 1800.|
(a) Shelley was born on 4th August 1792.
(b) He was sent to school at the age of 12.
(c) He was expelled from the university in 1800.
(d) Harrit Westbrook was his better half.
|Health||has to||the most valuable asset of a person.|
|Sound health||is||be aware of the standard of food.|
|A healthy person||free from diseases.|
|the root of all happiness.|
(a) Health is the root of all happiness.
(b) Health is the most valuable asset of a person.
(c) Sound health is free from diseases.
(d) A healthy person has to be aware of the standard of food.
|Emperor Shahjahan||is||the Taj as a tomb for his wife.|
|The Taj||are||now one of the most beautiful buildings in the world.|
|People||has built||still coming to visit it in large number.|
|made of fine white marbles.|
(a) Emperor Shahjahan has built the Taj as a tomb for his wife.
(b) The Taj is now one of the most beautiful buildings in the world.
(c) The Taj is made of fine white marbles.
(d) People are still coming to visit it in large number.
|Kamal||has to||highly obedient to his mother.|
|He||is||intelligent enough to maintain the family.|
|His mother||going to college with his friends.|
|work hard to support his mother.|
(a) Kamal is going to college with his friends.
(b) He has to work hard to support his mother.
(c) His mother is intelligent enough to maintain the family.
(d) He is highly obedient to his mother.
|Mina||was||one day playing in their yard.|
|She||had to||work in other’s fields to earn their livelihood.|
|Her brother||do all the household works with her mother.|
|very brilliant and stood first in her class.|
(a) Mina was one day playing in their yard.
(b) She was very brilliant and stood first in her class.
(c) She had to do all the household works with her mother.
(d) Her brother had to work in other’s fields to earn their livelihood.
|Mina||is||a lovely dress for her.|
|She||has brought||giving her a present too.|
|Her mother||fifteen years of age.|
|having a birthday party in the afternoon.|
(a) Mina is fifteen years of age.
(b) She is having a birthday party in the afternoon.
(c) Her mother has brought a lovely dress for her.
(d) Her mother is giving her a present too.
|Drug addiction||is||for intoxication and stimulating effects.|
|These||are used||so much expensive.|
|Drugs||now a global problem.|
|grasping the young generation of our country.|
(a) Drug addiction is now a global problem.
(b) Drug addiction is grasping the young generation of our country.
(c) These are used for intoxicating and stimulating effects.
(d) Drugs are so much expensive.
|Trees||are||our best friends.|
|They||have to||everywhere in the world.|
|We||found||depend on trees for our existence.|
|useful to us in various ways.|
Answer no. 22:
(a) Trees are our best friends.
(b) They are useful to us in various ways.
(c) They are found everywhere in the world.
(d) We have to depend on trees for our existence.
|Newspaper||is||read newspapers to increase knowledge.|
|It||have to||now available in the villages too.|
|People||useful to all walks of people.|
|the storehouse of knowledge.|
Answer no. 23:
(a) Newspaper is the storehouse of knowledge.
(b) It is useful to all walks of people.
(c) It is now available in the villages too.
(d) People have to read newspapers to increase knowledge.
|Early rising||have to||rise early and have morning walk to live happily.|
|It||is||the source of our health, wealth and wisdom.|
|We||important to all classes of people.|
|beneficial to our health.|
Answer no. 24:
(a) Early rising is beneficial to our health.
(b) It is the source of our health, wealth and wisdom.
(c) It is important to all classes of people.
(d) We have to rise early and have morning walk to live happily.
|Marco Polo||was||found travelling round the year.|
|He||had to||respect him for his bold adventures.|
|The enlightened people||undertake a lot of troubles in fulfilling his missions.|
|believed to be a famous traveller.|
Answer no. 25:
(a) Marco Polo was believed to be a famous traveller.
(b) He had to undertake a lot of troubles in fulfilling his missions.
(c) He was found travelling round the year.
(d) The enlightened people had to respect him for his bold adventures.
|Independence||is||fight for nine months to achieve it.|
|We||had to||struggle for it.|
|The enemy||surrender to us at last.|
|the birthright of a man.|
Answer no. 26:
(a) Independence is the birthright of a man.
(b) We had to struggle for it.
(c) We had to fight for nine months to achieve it.
(d) The enemy had to surrender to us at last.
|Once a boy||was||always asking him where God is.|
|He||expressing his desire to acquire knowledge.|
|The learned man also||going to a renowned teacher.|
|wishing to see the ability of the boy.|
Answer no. 27:
(a) Once a boy was going to a renowned teacher.
(b) He was expressing his desire to acquire knowledge. (c) The learned man also was wishing to see the ability of the boy.
(d) He was always asking him where God is.
|Unemployment||is||to change their attitude to profession.|
|It||don’t||a social curse.|
|They||are expected||destroying the physical and mental power of the young generation.|
|like to be self-employed.|
Answer no. 28:
(a) Unemployment is a social curse.
(b) It is destroying the physical and mental power of the young generation. (c) They don’t like to be self-employed. (d) They are expected to change their attitude to profession.
|Bangladesh||is||also essential in our everyday life.|
|She||has||criss-crossed with numerous rivers.|
|Water||facing flood almost every year.|
|had a network of many large and small rivers.|
(a) Bangladesh is criss-crossed with numerous rivers.
(b) She has had a network of many large and small rivers.
(c) She is facing flood almost every year.
(d) Water is also essential in our everyday life.
|Paper||is||from the word ‘papyrus’.|
|It||Is used||in various fields of our daily work.|
|The name of paper||has come||the most useful creation of man’s inventive power.|
|first invented in China.|
(a) Paper is the most useful creation of man’s inventive power.
(b) It is used in various fields of our daily work.
(c) It is first invented in China.
(d) The name of paper has come from the word ‘papyrus’.
|Water||drink||water and quench our thirst.|
|It||is||very useful to us.|
|We||is found||in seas, rivers and ponds.|
|a liquid substance.|
|Health||is||the root of all pleasures|
|A person||cannot||enjoy his life|
|But a person having ill health||should||be aware of taking proper and nutritive food|
|He||happy when he is blessed with sound health|
|It||cook||useful to plants and other animals too.|
|Water||bathe||into steam and steam supplies power.|
|is||our food with water.|
|Paper||cannot do||It is named from the word papyrus.|
|It||is||for moment without paper.|
|We||the part and parcel of modern civilization.|
|our best daily companion.|
|Paper||made||to spread education knowledge and culture.|
|Some||believe||in from the leaves of papyrus trees.|
|They||was||that the Egyptian first made paper.|
|helps||first invented in China.|
|Socrates||tried||to insult Socrates.|
|She||became||more furious than ever|
|One day his wife||had||a wife who used to lose temper.|
|began||her utmost to irritate Socrates.|
|Socrates||was||the home of sculpture.|
|He||was born||in Athens in Greece.|
|Athens||lived||in 459 B.C. in Athens.|
|His mission||to educate people.|
|Socrates||did not die||the wisest philosopher and teacher of his time.|
|He||was||to spread knowledge among the people.|
|wanted||a natural death.|
|was killed||by the rulers of Athens.|
|Addictions||is||strong attraction for any harmful thing.|
|Drug addiction||means||not only a national but also a global problem.|
|Young boys||are||taking heroin, opium etc.|
|These drugs||are taken||by smoking or through injection.|
|Penicillin||was discovered||in a poor family in Scotland.|
|It||is||a life-saving medicine.|
|Fleming||was born||by Dr. Alexander Fleming.|
|passed||his boyhood with his parents.|
|The majority of our people||are||backward without education.|
|still dominant in our country.|
|Science||is engaged||miracles for a wise range of dangerous diseases.|
|It||are||man in so many ways.|
|Medical science||helps||in continuous research on such diseases.|
|Some of them||works||a terror to man.|
|A Piece of land||was||given to the class 8 students.|
|It||gave||about twelve meters longs and six meters wide.|
|The Headmaster||chosen by the Headmaster and Mr. Anis Ahmed.|
|The land||it to them.|
|fond of knowing his future.|
|the capital of the king.|
|to know his future from him.|
|fond of knowing his future.|
|the capital of the king.|
|to know his future from him.|
|Getting up early
|beneficial to our body and mind.|
|no bad effects.|
|get up early in the morning.|
|undoubtedly a good habit.|
|It||is||in our country.|
|It often||disrupts||a nature disaster.|
|We||occurs||what floods do to us.|
|Corruption||is||increasing with the passage of time|
|It||have||to be aware of it|
|People||a great problem in Bangladesh.|
|high time we stopped corruption|
|A lad||wished||to find out the ability.|
|He||went||his desire to acquire knowledge.|
|The learned man||expressed||to a famous teacher.|
|devoted||himself in earning knowledge.|
|Einstein||went||in a secondary school.|
|As a child Einstein||was||very lonely and shy.|
|He||studied||to Milan, Italy with his family.|
|a great scientist.|
|Macro Polo||traveled||a journey from Venice to China.|
|He||was||by land and sea, over mountains and across deserts.|
|It||made||an adventurous man.|
|took||Polo over three years to reach China.|
|Macro Polo||made||himself wise and trustworthy to the emperor.|
|He||became||him one of his officers.|
|The emperor||proved||by the emperor of China.|
|was warmly received||a great favourite with the king.|
|Bangladesh||freedom in 1971.|
|It||is||impediments to be developed.|
|has||an independent country.|
|achieved||a developing country of South Asia.|
|Corruption||want||our vein and artery.|
|It||is||over whole Bangladesh.|
|We||has entered||one of the main impediments.|
|spreads||to remove this acute problem.|
Make four sentences from the substitution table 1×4=04
|There||loved||nine years old.|
|had||A widow in a certain village of Bustam.|
Make four sentences from the substitution table. 1×4=4
|Industry||can||the mother of good luck|
|Man||can’t||the maker of his own fortune|
|No nation||is||succeed without hard labour|
|So, we||idle away our valuable time|